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  1. Car park company in rent lawsuit

    Posted May 29th 2004, 12:00am by Sara Bradford

    ... Sara Bradford A public car park operator is suing the government for failing to drop rents in the aftermath of the Sars crisis. In a High Court writ filed yesterday, On Park Parking Ltd is also suing the government for misrepresentation because it says officials made available more land for public car spaces despite saying it would not do so. The writ said On Park had been ...

  2. Aviaries reopen to bird lovers after flu closure

    Posted Mar 19th 2004, 12:00am by Nick Gentle

    ... Nick Gentle More than a month after the bird flu scare prompted officials to shut them, three of Hong Kong's four public aviaries reopened yesterday. At the Kowloon Park aviary, 85-year-old Chan Shing said the closure had done little to disturb his daily stroll through the large park. 'I knew they had shut the aviary, but that was not a problem because I can walk ...

  3. Linkin park ticket prize

    Posted Jun 09th 2004, 12:00am by Tinnie Chow

    ... Tinnie Chow This is the coolest contest in the history of CitySeen. We have been able to beg and plead for six tickets to what could be the most exciting concert this year. If you are into Linkin Park, prove it by dressing up your mates and snapping a shot for CitySeen. If you're camera shy, then find another way to prove that you and five of your friends are their biggest ...

  4. Acidic bite to Linkin Park's angry sound

    Posted Jun 18th 2004, 12:00am by Alex Lo

    ... Alex Lo Linkin Park vocalist Chester 'Chazy Chaz' Bennington yesterday revealed a dark source of the angry, gloomy and ear-splitting music of the US 'nu-metal' band. ... than he has been in years. 'We have been touring for almost 18 months now, we are still enjoying it.' Linkin Park shot to fame in 2000 with debut album Hybrid Theory, a blend ...

  5. Pedal carts lap up the miles to help charities

    Posted Nov 28th 2004, 12:00am by Andy Chen

    ... Andy Cheng Pedal carts of all shapes and size sped around Victoria Park yesterday in an attempt to raise $1 million for charity. They were taking part in the annual 24-hour Hong Kong Pedal Kart Grand Prix. The event, organised by Round Table 10 and the Hong Kong Human-Powered Vehicle Association, has raised more than $25 million since its inception in 1986. Jo Clark, 32, ...

  6. Cut-rate car park upsets housing chief

    Posted Oct 15th 2004, 12:00am by Carrie Chan

    ... as a car sales lot from being used as a cut-price car park- a situation said to have their boss agitated. Housing Department security guards were stopping cars and issuing warning letters ... at $81,000 a month, starting from October 1. But 12 days later, officials found it was being used as a car park. Yesterday, the site bore a sign advertising 'car display and sale' but also ...

  7. Unparalleled parking

    Posted Feb 07th 2004, 12:00am by Peter Michael

    ... Peter Michael A woman yesterday parked her car nose-first into the pavement, after crashing through the barrier of a first-floor car park in Conduit Road, Mid-Levels. 'The woman was trying to park her car in a space in front of the barrier when instead of braking she accelerated through the barrier,' a police spokeswoman said. The woman, 63, was unhurt. ...

  8. The Linkin Park prize goes to...

    Posted Jun 16th 2004, 12:00am by Tinnie Chow

    ... Tinnie Chow Thanks to everyone for their fantastic efforts! Grand prize winners for the Linkin Park wannabe contest are (from left), Tom Owens, Alex Cheng, James Allen, Harrison Seib and Luke Berry. And for expressing his love of Linkin Park through art: Sylvester Lam, for his drawings and design (shown above). You get tickets to the Linkin Park concert tomorrow night ...

  9. Officials clarify Victoria Park bookings

    Posted Mar 03rd 2004, 12:00am by Kelvin Chan

    ... Kelvin Chan Confusion over the booking of Victoria Park's football pitches on July 1, blocking civil rights groups from staging a repeat of last year's mass protest march, has ... be booked [until 30 days before],' said a counter clerk who answered the Victoria Park facilities booking hotline. The Civil Human Rights Front, which organised the rally of 500,000 people ...

  10. Octopus parking meters to start by June

    Posted Mar 18th 2004, 12:00am by Joseph Lo

    ... Joseph Lo No change, no problem. Drivers will soon be able to use their Octopus card to pay for parking meters throughout the city. The Transport Department plans to get rid of the 17,800 existing parking meters so the Octopus card scheme can begin in June. The $70 million exercise, which is expected to take about four to five months to complete, will require the installation ...




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